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March 4, 2009

City Law School creates new LLM in International Dispute Resolution

The City Law School has created a new LLM in International Dispute Resolution, designed to equip students to work in international litigation.

The course, overseen by Professor Alan Riley, has been structured in reaction to the current economic climate, which experts predict will bring a rise in international litigation. It will include modules on international antitrust legislation, international arbitration and project finance.

Professor Riley says: “The City Law School is strongly focused on international commercial law and as such we must respond to global economic developments. Our international litigation courses will provide our students with a rounded view of theory and practice, enabling them to work on the complex cases which are sure to arise over the next year or so.”

For more information on this exciting new addition to the City Law School, please visit the School’s news site

Content added 4 March 2009.

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